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    Tarzan Guest

    Default crop circle...sheen of shine


    >from: william bombardier [mailto:wjbombo@...]

    >the center spirals are tightly nested with interlocking crop stems which is
    >impossible to fake without damaging the crop.
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    will, et al.,

    i agree that this latest silburyhill formation circle is likely a genuine one.
    i love it.

    amongst the things that i look for, i look for a "sheeny shine" in the flattened
    portions of any circle under observation. the brightness of the shine is an
    indication of the conistency of the layering of the flattened portions; such
    brightness is far less if there's a lot of foot imprints in any flattened
    area--the footprints creates impressions deep enough to scatter the light, hence
    no sheen of shine. even a single track of footprints can be noticeable in a
    virgin crop circle. looking for the shine in any crop circle is a good, quick
    way of assisting your examination of a crop cirlce.

    surely there's photo websites that allow one to measure and analyize the
    brightness of the shine of a crop circle picture, yes? anyone know of such a
    function and or site?

    like anything in life...look for the shine,

    ~seth


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    Unknown Guest

    Default Re: crop circle...sheen of shine


    what makes me seriously doubt this one is that it's made in 2 days.
    there have been much more complex crop circles that have appeared in
    like 30 minutes.
    well i know they can try to fake it but then you can say it about
    every crop circle in my opinion. i wait for the biophysical research
    if there is one happening.
    i don't think the shine says that much there has been man made circles
    that show the same shine effects as genuine ones where you see this
    triangle in the shine etc...

    peace and joy
    Unknown



    > surely there's photo websites that allow one to measure and analyize the
    > brightness of the shine of a crop circle picture, yes? anyone know
    of such a
    > function and or site?
    >
    > like anything in life...look for the shine,
    >
    > ~seth


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